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2 Persons in Alabama Were Arrested After Allegedly Kidnapping, Beating a Teenage Girl

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Two persons arrested for allegedly kidnapping a teenage girl in Alabama. (Photo: Getty)

A teenage girl was allegedly kidnapped, beaten, and tortured. Two of the suspects are already at large while one remains at large.

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Two persons arrested for allegedly kidnapping a teenage girl in Alabama. (Photo: Getty)

Details of the Kidnapping

Deputies from Jackson County Sheriff’s office received a call regarding a possible abduction or kidnapping of a teenage girl at around 6:15 a.m. on Saturday. The deputies found the girl in the area with her hands tied behind her back, according to the official statement of the Jackson Country Sheriff’s Office.

Investigators said that the teenage girl told them she was picked up by a man named Coby Jerome Jordan, 22 years old, on Friday evening. He drove the girl from Alabama to Florida where he met up with two women one of them was Molly Michele Jarrett, 19 years old.

Furthermore, the possible abduction or kidnapping happened after the trio took the teenage girl to an abandoned building. They beat and tied her hands using duct tape. After what they did, they abandoned the girl under a tree in an unspecified location.

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Sheriff’s Office Released a Statement

IB Times reports that the teenage girl was taken immediately to the nearby hospital where she was treated. The Houston County deputies said that they have already arrested the two suspects involved in the kidnapping, Jordan and Jarrett.

Meanwhile, the third suspect remains at large. There is also no report about the name and details of the third suspect in the kidnapping incident. Moreover, the motives of the kidnapping are still not clear and authorities did not give any other information.

The same source of report mentioned that Jordan was charged with robbery, false imprisonment, tampering with a victim, and battery, while Jarrett was facing charges of principal in the first degree to robbery, principal in the first degree to false imprisonment, principal in the first degree to tampering with a victim, and principal in the first degree to battery.

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